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This is connecting wires to the connection between power supply and robot wire. There are four pins, #4 is not used. but no labeling other than the numbers 1-4. Which color wire corresponds to which number. I need to solder the wires to the one side of the connector.
Hope this clarifies.
Posted on Jun 12, 2016
If you are trying to hook wires up to a motor on a pool pump, and you gave a: black, white, and green, then you do have 115 volts.
there should be a label on the side of the motor, telling which positions accept which wires.
green will go right onto the motors case, there will be a green screw.
black wire goes onto a 'Line' connection, sometimes labeled - L1
white wire goes on second 'Line' connection - L2
Posted on Apr 07, 2015
I'm not sure what your question is - it's not real clear.
What I can tell you though:
Black = HOT wire
White = Neutral wire
Green = Ground
Do NOT mix these up - always connect the wires to their same corresponding colors.
I'm sorry if this doesn't help - you might try searching the issue by your model number on either google or youtube.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I take it your cord is 3-wire plus a ground hence the 4 colors? If so you will only need to use white black and green. On the plug you should see a silver colored screw and a copper one; black to the copper and white to the silver. Green to the green screw and the plug is done.
Connect the white and black wires to the motor L1 and L2 terminals. It does not matter which color wire goes to which line terminal as long as only one wire is on each line terminal.
Ground the green to the green post in the motor and be certain you set the motor to 115 if it is a dual voltage unit that can be switched to either incoming line voltage.
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